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Battalion Chief
The City of McMinnville ORMcminnville, OR
Associated topics: battalion chief, chief, chief of rescue, deputy, deputy fire chief, district fire chief, division chief, fire chief, fire division chief, supervise
Last updated 30+ days ago
Water Fitness Instructor
The City of McMinnville ORMcminnville, OR
We are Fitness, Water, Fitness Instructor, Instructor, City
Last updated 30+ days ago
Lateral Police Officer
The City of McMinnville ORMcminnville, OR
Associated topics: deputy, deputy sheriff, patrol, police, police officer, sheriff
Last updated 30+ days ago
Water Fitness Instructor
The City of McMinnville ORMcMinnville, OR
We are Fitness, Water, Fitness Instructor, Instructor, City
Last updated 30+ days ago
Recreation Programs Assistant - Summer Fun
The City of McMinnville ORMcMinnville, OR
Program Assistants are responsible for a variety of duties relate Summer, Program, Recreation, Assistant, Education
Last updated 30+ days ago
Adult Coed Volleyball Program Assistant
The City of McMinnville ORMcminnville, OR
The hours for this position ar Program, Assistant, Volleyball, Technology
Last updated 30+ days ago
Youth Soccer Program Assistant
The City of McMinnville ORMcminnville, OR
The hours for this position are Monday - Thursday from 4:30 - 6:30 Program, Assistant, Soccer, Youth, Education
Last updated 30+ days ago
Youth Soccer Program Assistant
The City of McMinnville ORMcMinnville, OR
The hours for this position are Monday - Thursday from 4:30 - 6:30 Program, Assistant, Soccer, Youth, Education
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Youth Soccer Referee
The City of McMinnville ORMcMinnville, OR
The City of McMinnville's Park & Recreation Department is looking for Referees for the Youth Soccer Program this fall.
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Adult Coed Volleyball Program Assistant
The City of McMinnville ORMcMinnville, OR
The hours for this position ar Program, Assistant, Volleyball, Technology
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Youth Soccer Referee
The City of McMinnville ORMcminnville, OR
The City of McMinnville's Park & Recreation Department is looking for Referees for the Youth Soccer Program this fall.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Summer STARS Positions
The City of McMinnville ORMcminnville, OR
Summer is all about fun and were looking for engaging, exciting, and reliable people to make our STARS summer youth program the best it can be.
Last updated 30+ days ago
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